Antique Maps - United States > South > Mississippi (31)
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Model # SOU171
Mississippi. - Maker: Bradford
Antique hand colored map of Mississippi, with counties delineated by color. Very good overall antique condition, approx. 14.5 x 11 inches.
Price: $175.00 Date: 1838
1838Bradford$175.00

Model # SOU035JR
Mississippi. - Maker: Jeremiah Greenleaf
Beautifully Antique hand colored map from the 1848 edition of Jeremiah Greenleaf's "A New Universal Atlas: Comprising Separate Maps Of all the Principal Empires, Kingdoms, & States Throughout the World: and forming a distinct Atlas of the United States. Carefully Compiled from the best Authorities Extant by Jeremiah Greenleaf. a new edition revised and corrected to the present time 1848." Political boundaries delineated by color, and with details of cities and towns, rivers and water bodies, some mountains and landforms. Very good condition, some toning, 12.75 x 11 inches.
Price: $200.00 Date: 1848
1848Jeremiah Greenleaf$200.00

Model # SOU418
States of Alabama and Georgia, verso State of Louisiana and Mississippi - Maker: Goodrich
Antique early printed color outlined two-sided page from A National Geography for Schools written by S.G. Goodrich and published by Huntington and Savage in 1848, including engravings of New Orleans and a Plantation in Alabama, with text and tables describing the region, etc. In very good antique condition with minor toning, foxing and general signs of age, page measures approximately 10.5 x 8.5 inches.
Price: $40.00 Date: 1848
1848Goodrich$40.00

Model # SOU076
A New Map of Mississippi with its Roads & Distances. - Maker: Mitchell/Cowperthwait, Desilver & Butler
Antique hand colored map, from Mitchell's "New Universal Atlas, Containing Maps of the Various Empires, Kingdoms, States and Republics of the World, With a Special Map of Each of the United States, Plans of Cities, etc.", 1854. Very good overall antique condition, 16 x 13 inches.
Price: $200.00 Date: 1854
1854Mitchell/Cowperthwait, Desilver & Butler$200.00

Model # SOU268
South Central United States - Maker: Ettling/Weekly Dispatch
Antique hand colored map of part of the southern United States, published in the Weekly Dispatch in 1863, engraved by Ettling. This map shows Tennessee, Alabama, Mississippi, Arkansas, and Louisiana, with parts of Texas, Oklahoma (called Indian Territory), Missouri, Kentucky, Georgie, and western Florida. Shows towns, railroad lines, rivers, land forms, and more. Good to very good antique condition with some light minor staining and some edge wear. Paper is fragile. approx. 16.75 x 11.75 inches to the neatline.
Price: $95.00 Date: 1863
1863Ettling/Weekly Dispatch$95.00

Model # SOU334
Johnson's Arkansas, Mississippi, and Louisiana - Maker: Johnson and Ward
Antique hand colored map of Arkansas, Mississippi, and Louisiana, by Johnson and Ward, 1864. Shows railroads, common roads, and some topographical detail. Clearly shows the Mississippi River Delta. Good condition with some overall toning, as well as some light foxing/ spots. Measures approximately 24.25" x 17.5" to the outer edge of the decorative border.
Price: $125.00 Date: 1864
1864Johnson and Ward$125.00

Model # SOU138
Johnson's Arkansas, Mississippi, and Louisiana - Maker: Johnson
Arkansas, Mississippi, and Louisiana, colorful map with decorative border, hand colored by county, Johnson's New Illustrated Family Atlas of the World. 23" x 17", very good condition
Price: $100.00 Date: 1866
1866Johnson$100.00

Model # CIV028
Map of the Siege of Vicksburg, Miss. Under the Command of Maj. Gen. U.S. Grant - Maker: Bien / US War Dept
Antique hand-colored Civil War battle map published by the US War Department. Shown on this map is the area around Vicksburg, Mississippi, where an important battle of the American Civil War took place. In May and June of 1863, Maj. Gen. Ulysses S. Grantís armies converged on Vicksburg, investing the city and entrapping a Confederate army under Lt. Gen. John Pemberton. On July 4, Vicksburg surrendered after prolonged siege operations. This was the culmination of one of the most brilliant military campaigns of the war. With the loss of Pembertonís army and this vital stronghold on the Mississippi, the Confederacy was effectively split in half. Grant's successes in the West boosted his reputation, leading ultimately to his appointment as General-in-Chief of the Union armies.(source: nps.gov) This map shows Federal works in blue and Rebel works in red. It includes Cross-sections of Federal and Rebel batteries, as well as profiles of parts of the areas to give us a clear understanding of the topography involved in the battle. This map is dated 1863, although probably published in 1867 and possibly by Bien, although the lithographer is not specifically noted. Informative, rare, and collectible. Good restored condition with some stains. This map has been archivally cleaned, deacidified, and rebacked. It has some repaired paper loss in the margins. Some surface soiling. Measures approx. 29 x 27.5 inches to the neatline. **NOTE- because this map requires extra insurance for shipping, an additional charge will appear on your card after your original purchase. If you would like to know what that charge will be, please contact us.**
Price: $525.00 Date: 1867
1867Bien / US War Dept$525.00

Model # SOU061
Louisiana and Mississippi. - Maker: Asher & Adams
Antique hand colored map from Asher & Adams' New Statistical and Topographical Atlas of the United States, with Maps Showing the Dominion of Canada, Europe and the World, 1872. Delineates rivers, landings, railroads, stations, distances, etc., and shows populations of cities and villages containing 300,000 inhabitants and upwards, as well as populations of counties. With fold, as issued. Very good overall antique condition with mild toning throughout and areas of very minor foxing. Measure approximately 22.25" x 16.25" (H x W) to the neatline.
Price: $125.00 Date: 1872
1872Asher & Adams$125.00

Model # SOU217
Mississippi - Maker: Gray
Antique hand colored map from "The National Atlas" of 1881. A map of the state of Mississippi, with informational text. Shows counties, towns, cities, land forms, rivers, bodies of water, and railroads. Very good antique condition, tiny tears at left and right edges, toning on edges. Approx. 16.5 x 27 inches
Price: $150.00 Date: 1881
1881Gray$150.00

Model # SOU462
Double-sided sheet with multiple maps: Centerfold - County Map of the States of Arkansas, Mississippi, and Louisiana ; versos: County Map of Florida / Plan of New Orleans - Maker: Mitchell
Antique hand colored maps from Mitchell's 1884 New General Atlas. The Centerfold map shows the states of Arkansas, Mississippi, and Louisiana, colored by county, showing political boundaries, cities, water bodies, as well as land features. Includes towns with names. On the back side is a map of Florida with an inset map of the tip of Florida with the Florida Keys on one side, and a map of New Orleans LA on the other side. This map is in very good antique condition with minor overall toning. Paper is a bit fragile. Centerfold map measures approximately 14.25 x 21 inches to the outer neatline. Florida map measures approx. 11 x 14 inches to the neatline and has a small stain on the right side. New Orleans map measures approx. 9.5 x 11 inches to the outer neatline. New Orleans map can be purchased separately for $100.
Price: $125.00 Date: 1884
1884Mitchell$125.00

Model # SOU281
Mississippi - Maker: Bradley
Antique hand colored map of Mississippi. Very good condition with some light toning around the edges. By WM. M. Bradley, in the Atlas of the World, 1887. Approximately 22" x 16.5"
Price: $95.00 Date: 1887
1887Bradley$95.00

Model # SOU459
Double-sided sheet with multiple maps: Centerfold - Tunison's Arkansas, Louisiana and Mississippi; versos: Tunison's Georgia and South Carolina / Tunison's Florida - Maker: Tunison
Antique double-sided sheet from Tunison's Peerless Universal Atlas of the World, c. 1888 by H.C. Tunison. The two-page centerfold is a map of Arkansas, Louisiana, and Mississippi. There are two maps on the back: on one side is a map of South Carolina and Georgia, on the other side is a map of Florida with an inset map of the Mouths of the Mississippi River, Showing the Great Eads Jetty System. Each map is colored by county and the Florida map shows some early county configurations. Vibrant original color. Fair to good antique condition with some minor stains, foxing, and smudges, and some small wrinkles. The strike on some pages in this atlas is a bit faint. Centerfold measures approx. 14 x 22 inches to the paper edges, while back side pages measure approx. 14 x 11 inches. Back side maps can be purchased separately for $85- please contact us to order.
Price: $85.00 Date: 1888
1888Tunison$85.00

Model # SOU422
Mississippi - Maker: Arbuckle Bros. Coffee Co.
Antique chromolithograph map of Mississippi with vignettes, by Arbuckle, 1890. Matted with a neutral, tan mat with a black core. Card measures approximately 3.5" x 5.25" and is in very good overall antique condition. Matted to measure approx. 8" x 10" (H x W) overall.†
Price: $40.00 Date: 1890
1890Arbuckle Bros. Coffee Co.$40.00

Model # CIV087
Plate 13. Battle-Field of Shiloh, April 6th and 7th, 1862 / Advance upon Corinth, Mississippi, May, 1862 / Monterey, Tennessee and Corinth, Mississippi, May, 1862 plus 3 smaller maps. - Maker: US War Dept.
Full title: Plate 13. Battle-Field of Shiloh, April 6th and 7th, 1862 / Advance upon Corinth, Mississippi, May, 1862 / Monterey, Tennessee and Corinth, Mississippi, May, 1862 plus 3 smaller maps. Antique lithograph by Julius Bien & Co published in the Atlas to Accompany the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies published under the direction of the Hon. Redfield Proctor, Secretary of War, 1891. The atlas was published as a companion piece to the Official Records of the American Civil War. It contains maps and other images derived from materials generated by both Union and Confederate military personnel during the American Civil War. The atlas was printed in 35 parts between 1891 and 1895. Printed color indicates topography and Union or Confederate locations. Smaller maps include a sketch of the Army of the Potomac at Harrison's Landing VA; a sketch of the Positions of Signal Stations at Harrison's Landing, VA; Sketch of the Affair at Dranesville, VA. Very good condition with mild image transfer, a few minor spots/stains and a touch of foxing, and slight wear to the paper edges. Folds at bottom corners. Measures approx. 16 x 27 inches to the outer border lines.
Price: $150.00 Date: 1891
1891US War Dept.$150.00

Model # SOU384
Louisiana, Verso: Mississippi - Maker: Home Library & Supply Association
Antique printed color map of Louisiana (Recto.) On verso, a map of Mississippi. Both maps are colored by county and include railroads, bodies of water, and names of major towns/cities. Published in "The Pacific Coast and the World" by the Home Library and Supply Association, 1892. Very good overall antique condition with some mild toning/foxing (mainly at the outer edges.) Recto map (Louisiana) measures approximately 12.5" x 10" (H x W) to the neatline. Verso map (Mississippi) measures approx. 13" x 10.25" to the neatline.
Price: $50.00 Date: 1892
1892Home Library & Supply Association$50.00

Model # CIV101
Plate 27. Military departments of Washington, Pennsylvania, Annapolis and Northeastern Virginia, July, 1861 / Operations near Vicksburg, Miss., December 21, 1862, January 2, 1863 / Battle-Fields of So - Maker: US War Dept.
Full title: Plate 27. Military departments of Washington, Pennsylvania, Annapolis and Northeastern Virginia, July, 1861 / Operations near Vicksburg, Miss., December 21, 1862, January 2, 1863 / Battle-Fields of South Mountain MD, September 14, 1862. Antique lithograph by Julius Bien & Co published in the Atlas to Accompany the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies published under the direction of the Hon. Stephen B. Elkins, Secretary of War, 1892. The atlas was published as a companion piece to the Official Records of the American Civil War. It contains maps and other images derived from materials generated by both Union and Confederate military personnel during the American Civil War. The atlas was printed in 35 parts between 1891 and 1895. Printed color indicates topography and Union or Confederate locations. Upper left map includes Harper's Ferry, Frederick City, Baltimore, and Washington DC. The Battle of South Mountain was also called the Battle of Boonsboro Gap. Very good condition with mild image transfer, a few minor spots/stains and a touch of foxing, and some staining and wear to the paper edges. Measures approx. 16 x 27 inches to the outer border lines.
Price: $95.00 Date: 1892
1892US War Dept.$95.00

Model # CIV110
Plate 36. Milliken's Bend LA to Jackson MS showing the routes followed by the Army of Tennessee and the Seige of Vickburg MS - Maker: US War Dept.
Full title: Plate 36. Milliken's Bend LA to Jackson MS showing the routes followed by the Army of Tennessee and the Seige of Vickburg MS Antique lithograph by Julius Bien & Co published in the Atlas to Accompany the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies published under the direction of the Hon. Stephen B. Elkins, Secretary of War, 1892. The atlas was published as a companion piece to the Official Records of the American Civil War. It contains maps and other images derived from materials generated by both Union and Confederate military personnel during the American Civil War. The atlas was printed in 35 parts between 1891 and 1895. Printed color indicates topography and Union or Confederate locations. The lower left part of the sheet shows Cross Sections and Profiles of Works during the Siege of Vicksburg, MS. Very good condition with mild image transfer, a few minor spots/stains and a touch of foxing, and some staining and wear to the paper edges. Measures approx. 16 x 27 inches to the outer border lines.
Price: $175.00 Date: 1892
1892US War Dept.$175.00

Model # CIV111
Plate 37. Defenses of Vicksburg, Miss., surveyed February, 1863 / Jackson and vicinity, May 14th to 16th and July 10th to 21st, 1863 / Jackson and vicinity, July 20th, 1863 / Vicksburg and vicinity / - Maker: US War Dept.
Full title: Plate 37. Defenses of Vicksburg, Miss., surveyed February, 1863 / Jackson and vicinity, May 14th to 16th and July 10th to 21st, 1863 / Jackson and vicinity, July 20th, 1863 / Vicksburg and vicinity / Jackson, Miss., 9th to 17th, July, 1863 / Big Black River Railroad Bridge and vicinity, May 17th, 1863 / Battle-field of Big Black River Bridge, May 17th, 1863 MS. Antique lithograph by Julius Bien & Co published in the Atlas to Accompany the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies published under the direction of the Hon. Stephen B. Elkins, Secretary of War, 1892. The atlas was published as a companion piece to the Official Records of the American Civil War. It contains maps and other images derived from materials generated by both Union and Confederate military personnel during the American Civil War. The atlas was printed in 35 parts between 1891 and 1895. Printed color indicates topography and Union or Confederate locations. Very good condition with mild image transfer, a few minor spots/stains and a touch of foxing, and some staining and wear to the paper edges. Measures approx. 16 x 27 inches to the outer border lines.
Price: $95.00 Date: 1892
1892US War Dept.$95.00

Model # CIV113
Plate 39. Operations at Jackson, Miss. compiled from surveys May 14th to 16th and survey since July 10th, 1863 / Rappahannock River from Port Royal to Richards Ferry, April and May, 1863 / Field-Opera - Maker: US War Dept.
Full title: Plate 39. Operations at Jackson, Miss. compiled from surveys May 14th to 16th and survey since July 10th, 1863 / Rappahannock River from Port Royal to Richards Ferry, April and May, 1863 / Field-Operations of the Army of the Potomac between April 27th and May 7th, 1863 / Portions of the Middle Department, 2nd Division, Winchester, June, 1863 Antique lithograph by Julius Bien & Co published in the Atlas to Accompany the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies published under the direction of the Hon. Stephen B. Elkins, Secretary of War, 1892. The atlas was published as a companion piece to the Official Records of the American Civil War. It contains maps and other images derived from materials generated by both Union and Confederate military personnel during the American Civil War. The atlas was printed in 35 parts between 1891 and 1895. Printed color indicates topography and Union or Confederate locations. The Rappahannock River map and the Army of the Potomac map show the area near Fredericksburg, and the Middle Department map shows the area near Winchester VA. Very good condition with mild image transfer, a few minor spots/stains and a touch of foxing, and some staining and wear to the paper edges. Measures approx. 16 x 27 inches to the outer border lines.
Price: $75.00 Date: 1892
1892US War Dept.$75.00

Model # CIV125
Plate 51. Country between Vicksburg and Meridian, Miss., February, 1864 / Sketch of City of Atlanta and Line of Defenses / Sketch of Battery / Smith's Island, N.C., November, 1863. - Maker: US War Dept.
Full title: Plate 51. Country between Vicksburg and Meridian, Miss., February, 1864 / Sketch of City of Atlanta and Line of Defenses / Sketch of Battery / Smith's Island, N.C., November, 1863. Antique lithograph by Julius Bien & Co published in the Atlas to Accompany the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies published under the direction of the Hon. Stephen B. Elkins, Secretary of War, 1893. The atlas was published as a companion piece to the Official Records of the American Civil War. It contains maps and other images derived from materials generated by both Union and Confederate military personnel during the American Civil War. The atlas was printed in 35 parts between 1891 and 1895. Printed color indicates topography and Union or Confederate locations. Very good condition with image transfer most noticeable in the lower left, a few minor spots/stains and a touch of foxing, and some staining and wear to the paper edges. Measures approx. 16 x 27 inches to the outer border lines.
Price: $95.00 Date: 1893
1893US War Dept.$95.00

Model # CIV137
Plate 63. "A" Plan of Siege Operations against Fort Morgan, Ala., August, 1864 / Battle-Field at Harrisburg, Miss. fought July 14th, 1864 / Defense of Fort Morgan, August, 1864 / Entrance of Mobile Ba - Maker: US War Dept.
Full title: Plate 63. "A" Plan of Siege Operations against Fort Morgan, Ala., August, 1864 / Battle-Field at Harrisburg, Miss. fought July 14th, 1864 / Defense of Fort Morgan, August, 1864 / Entrance of Mobile Bay, August, 1864 / Battle of Fredericksburg, Va., December 13, 1862 / Battle-Field of Mechanicsville and Cold Harbor, Va. plus 3 smaller maps. Antique lithograph by Julius Bien & Co published in the Atlas to Accompany the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies published under the direction of the Hon. Daniel S. Lamont, Secretary of War, 1893. The atlas was published as a companion piece to the Official Records of the American Civil War. It contains maps and other images derived from materials generated by both Union and Confederate military personnel during the American Civil War. The atlas was printed in 35 parts between 1891 and 1895. Printed color indicates topography and Union or Confederate locations. The three smaller maps are titled: Map of the Roads and Adjacent Country between Stubbs Plantation and Brice's Cross-roads, Miss; Snake Creek Gap, GA; Sketch of Vicinity of 2nd Cav. Div. Camp. Very good condition with mild image transfer, a few minor spots/stains and a touch of foxing, and some staining and wear to the paper edges. Some mild vertical folds that are barely noticeable. Measures approx. 16 x 27 inches to the outer border lines.
Price: $75.00 Date: 1893
1893US War Dept.$75.00

Model # CIV152
Plate 78. Routes from Petersburg, Chester Station and Manchester to Amelia Court-House, Va. / Appomattox Court-House, Va., 1867 / Roads to Corinth, Miss. / High Bridge and Farmville, Va., 1867 / Peter - Maker: US War Dept.
Full title: Plate 78. Routes from Petersburg, Chester Station and Manchester to Amelia Court-House, Va. / Appomattox Court-House, Va., 1867 / Roads to Corinth, Miss. / High Bridge and Farmville, Va., 1867 / Petersburg Mine Explosion, July 30, 1864 / Pittsburgh, Tenn., March 24th, 1862. Antique lithograph by Julius Bien & Co published in the Atlas to Accompany the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies published under the direction of the Hon. Daniel S. Lamont, Secretary of War, 1893. The atlas was published as a companion piece to the Official Records of the American Civil War. It contains maps and other images derived from materials generated by both Union and Confederate military personnel during the American Civil War. The atlas was printed in 35 parts between 1891 and 1895. Printed color indicates topography and Union or Confederate locations. Very good condition with mild image transfer, a few minor spots/stains and a touch of foxing, and some staining and wear to the paper edges. Measures approx. 16 x 27 inches to the outer border lines.
Price: $95.00 Date: 1893
1893US War Dept.$95.00

Model # SOU298
Birmingham, verso: Mississippi - Maker: Cram
Antique printed color map of Birmingham, Alabama(Recto). Verso: Map of Mississippi. More colorful. Very good condition with some slight toning at the edges. By Cram, in The Standard Atlas and Gazetteer of The World, 1894. Recto: Approx. 10" x 13" to the neatline. Verso: Approx. 13" x 10.25" to the neatline.
Price: $50.00 Date: 1894
1894Cram$50.00

Model # SOU356
County Map of the States of Arkansas, Mississippi, and Louisiana - Maker: A.L. Smith
Antique hand colored map of Mississippi, Louisiana, and Arkansas by A. L. Smith, 1894. Shows cities, railroads, bodies of water, and more. Bright original coloring. Very good condition. Approx. 18.75 x 12 inches to the neatlines.
Price: $85.00 Date: 1894
1894A.L. Smith$85.00

Model # CIV228
Plate 154. General Topographical Map. Sheet XIX. Sections of Arkansas, Tennessee and Mississippi. - Maker: US War Dept.
Full title: Plate 154. General Topographical Map. Sheet XIX. Sections of Arkansas, Tennessee and Mississippi. Antique lithograph by Julius Bien & Co published in the Atlas to Accompany the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies published under the direction of the Hon. Daniel S. Lamont, Secretary of War, 1894. The atlas was published as a companion piece to the Official Records of the American Civil War. It contains maps and other images derived from materials generated by both Union and Confederate military personnel during the American Civil War. The atlas was printed in 35 parts between 1891 and 1895. Printed color indicates topography. Very good condition with image transfer, a few minor spots/stains and a touch of foxing, and some staining and wear to the paper edges. Measures approx. 16 x 27 inches to the outer border lines.
Price: $125.00 Date: 1894
1894US War Dept.$125.00

Model # CIV229
Plate 155. General Topographical Map. Sheet XX. Sections of Louisiana, Arkansas and Mississippi. - Maker: US War Dept.
Full title: Plate 155. General Topographical Map. Sheet XX. Sections of Louisiana, Arkansas and Mississippi. Antique lithograph by Julius Bien & Co published in the Atlas to Accompany the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies published under the direction of the Hon. Daniel S. Lamont, Secretary of War, 1894. The atlas was published as a companion piece to the Official Records of the American Civil War. It contains maps and other images derived from materials generated by both Union and Confederate military personnel during the American Civil War. The atlas was printed in 35 parts between 1891 and 1895. Printed color indicates topography. Very good condition with image transfer, a few minor spots/stains and a touch of foxing, and some staining and wear to the paper edges. Measures approx. 16 x 27 inches to the outer border lines.
Price: $150.00 Date: 1894
1894US War Dept.$150.00

Model # NAU386
Eighth L.H. District (Lighthouses of the Gulf of Mexico) - Maker: U.S. Light-House Service
Antique printed color chart of lighthouses along the coasts of Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Alabama, published in the Annual Report of the Light-House Board of the United States to the Secretary of the Treasury, 1896. Insets of Galveston, Atchafalaya River, Mississippi River, and Mobile Bay. Shows all light houses, light ships, and the arcs of illumination for major lights, as well as a key to the kind and color of light, such as Fixed Red, Flashing White, etc. With folds, as issued. Very good overall antique condition with mild toning. Measures approximately 15.75" x 19" (H x W) to the neatline.
Price: $165.00 Date: 1896
1896U.S. Light-House Service$165.00

Model # SOU310
Western Half of Texas, verso: Mississippi, and Louisiana - Maker: Cram
Antique printed color double-sided sheet of the Western half of Texas (Recto). Features a list of counties and chief cities. Verso (Two Maps) A map of Mississippi and a map of Louisiana. Both of these maps include lists of counties and chief cities; however, the list for Mississippi falls outside of the neatlines. Very good condition with some slight overall toning and a small tear at the fold. By Cram, in Cram's Universal Atlas Geographical, Astronomical and Historical, 1900. Recto Map (Western Half of Texas) measures approximately 20.5" x 13.25" to the neatline. Map of Mississippi measures approx. 13" x 9.5" to the neatline. (Note: List of counties and chief cities lies outside of the neatlines of the Mississippi map.) Map of Louisiana measures approx. 12.5" x 10" to the neatline. If you would like to purchase any of these maps separate from the others, please contact us.
Price: $75.00 Date: 1900
1900Cram$75.00

Model # SOU220
A New Map of Mississippi with its Roads and Distances. - Maker: Tanner
From the "Universal Atlas" of master cartographer Henry Schenck Tanner, hand colored engraved antique map of Mississippi in the mid-19th century, with steam boat routes and distances between river stops along the length of the river. Very good overall antique condition, approx. 13 x 10.5 inches.
Price: $185.00 Date: c. 1840
c. 1840Tanner$185.00

Model # SOU001
County Map of the States of Arkansas, Mississippi, and Louisiana - Maker: Mitchell
Antique hand colored map of Arkansas, Mississippi, and Louisiana with a decorative border, by Mitchell, c. 1872. Map is colored by county and includes topographical detail, railroad lines, and coastal features. Very good overall antique condition with mild toning throughout. Measures approximately 21.25" x 14" to outer edge of decorative border.
Price: $55.00 Date: c. 1872
c. 1872Mitchell$55.00

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Antique Maps - United States > South > Mississippi (19)
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Model # USA277
Carte des Embouchures du Mississipi *****SOLD***** - Maker: Bellin
Antique black and white French map showing the mouths of the Mississippi River, by Bellin, 1744. Includes a large compass rose and some topographical details. Good overall antique condition with some toning, heavy creasing, and roughing of the edges with some paper loss of the antique paper (as well as a small tear within the neatline at the lower left.) Measures approximately 7.75" x 11.25" to the neatline. **SOLD**
Price: Date: 1744
1744Bellin

Model # SOU043
Mississippi. *****SOLD***** - Maker: Anthony Finley
Antique hand colored map, from Anthony Finley's "A New General Atlas, Comprising a Complete Set of Maps, representing Grand Divisions of the Globe, Together with the Several Empires, Kingdoms, and States in the World; Compiled from the Best Authorities, and corrected by the Most Recent Discoveries", 1826. Measures approximately 11.25 x 8.75 inches. Very good antique condition with overall toning and some foxing/staining at the outer edges, as well as a mild tear along the right edge, which has been fixed with archival tape. **SOLD**
Price: Date: 1826
1826Anthony Finley

Model # SOU329
Map of Mississippi *****SOLD***** - Maker: Boston School Geography
Antique black and white map of Mississippi. Shows much of the north of the state as inhabited by Chickasaw and Choctaw Indians. Also Notes the locations of Fort Adams and Cotton Gin Port, (now a Ghost Town) amongst other notable points. Very good condition with some mild toning of the antique paper. Published in Maps From The Boston School Geography, By the office of the Boston Daily Advertiser, 1830. Measures approximately 5.75" x 3.5" to the neatline. **SOLD**
Price: Date: 1830
1830Boston School Geography

Model # SOU177
North America, Sheet X, Parts of Missouri, Illinois, Kentucky, Tennessee, Alabama, Mississippi and Arkansas. *****SOLD***** - Maker: S.D.U.K./Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge
Antique hand colored map of part of the midwest, including parts of Missouri, Illinois, Kentucky, Tennessee, Alabama, Mississippi, and Arkansas. Includes some information on Native American Indian villages and areas, including Chickasaws and Choctaws. By the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge, published in their atlas in 1833. Very good condition. Approx. 12.5 x 15.25 inches to the neatline. **SOLD**
Price: Date: 1833
1833S.D.U.K./Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge

Model # SOU289
Mississippi & Alabama *****SOLD***** - Maker: T.G. Bradford
Antique hand colored map of Mississippi and Alabama including Jackson, Tuscaloosa, Montgomery, and Mobile. Very good condition with some slight foxing outside the border. By T.G. Bradford, in A Comprehensive Atlas Geographical, Historical & Commercial, 1835. Approximately 7.75" x 10" **SOLD**
Price: Date: 1835
1835T.G. Bradford

Model # SOU375
Sketch H. Showing the Progress of the Survey in Section No. 8, 1846-1852 *****SOLD***** - Maker: U.S. Coast Survey
Antique hand colored coastal report chart of the coasts of Louisiana, Mississippi, and Alabama, Published by the United States Coast Survey, 1852. Includes Lake Maurepas, Lake Pontchartrain, Lake Borgne, Chandeleur Sound, Isle au Breton Sound, The Mississippi River (including the Delta of the Mississippi showing Oyster Bay, Bay Ronde, Blind Bay, Garden Island Bay, East Bay, etc.), the Mississippi Sound, Bon Secours Bay, Mobile Bay, and other surrounding waters. Features information regarding astronomical stations, magnetic stations, current stations, and tidal stations, etc. With Folds, as issued. Very good overall antique condition with some mild toning throughout, and mild creasing at some of the folds. Measures approximately 14.5" x 18" to the neatline. **SOLD**
Price: Date: 1852
1852U.S. Coast Survey

Model # SOU121
Colton's Mississippi *****SOLD***** - Maker: Colton
Antique hand colored map by Colton, 1855, condition good to very good, approx. 15.75 x 13 inches. **SOLD**
Price: Date: 1855
1855Colton

Model # SOU112
Mississippi *****SOLD***** - Maker: Savage
Black and white antique map from "The World, Geographical, Historical, and Statistical; containing a Description of the Several Continents, Empires, Republics, Kingdoms, and Islands on the Globe", by Charles Savage, published by Ensign, Bridgman, & Fanning, 1856. Fair to good overall antique condition with some heavy foxing/surface soiling. Measures approx. x 8.25 x4.75 inches. **SOLD**
Price: Date: 1856
1856Savage

Model # SOU335
Mississippi *****SOLD***** - Maker: Colton
Antique hand colored map of Mississippi, by J.H. Colton, 1857. Shows railroads, common roads, and canals. Colored by county lines. Good to very good condition with some mild toning and foxing, mainly at the margins, as well as some minor roughing/tearing at the edges. Measures approximately 14.5" x 11.75" to the neatline. **SOLD**
Price: Date: 1857
1857Colton

Model # SOU466
Mississippi *****SOLD***** - Maker: Morse and Gaston
Antique hand colord map of Mississippi from The Diamond Atlas, The Western Hemisphere, by Charles Colby and published by Morse and Gaston, 1857. Colored by county and showing railways, proposed railways, cities, and major towns. Very good condition with some overall mild toning and some tiny spots. Page measures approx. 7.25 x 5.75 inches. **SOLD**
Price: Date: 1857
1857Morse and Gaston

Model # SOU160
Map of Louisiana, Mississippi, and Arkansas. *****SOLD***** - Maker: Mitchell
Antique hand colored map by Mitchell, rich original color, ornate border. Very good condition with some toning, approx. 13.5 x 10.75 inches. **SOLD**
Price: Date: 1860
1860Mitchell

Model # SOU219
County Map of the States of Arkansas, Mississippi, and Louisiana ***SOLD*** - Maker: Mitchell
This hand-colored antique map from Mitchell's 1867 New General Atlas shows political boundaries, cities, water bodies, as well as land and coastal features. This map is in fair antique condition with minor overall toning, some staining, and some archivally repaired seam separation. It measures approximately 13.5 x 22 inches. **SOLD**
Price: Date: 1867
1867Mitchell

Model # SOU212
Mississippi, Louisiana ***SOLD*** - Maker: Gray
Antique hand colored map from "Gray's Atlas of the U.S. with General Maps of the World". One side has a map of the state of Mississippi, opposite side has a map of Louisiana. Labels every county, shows towns, cities, land forms, rivers, bodies of water, and railroads. Good Antique condition, some light staining, overall toning. Approx. 15 x 12 inches **SOLD**
Price: Date: 1876
1876Gray

Model # SOU275
Mississippi & Louisiana ***SOLD*** - Maker: Black
Antique printed color map, showing the southern states of Mississippi and Louisiana including part of the Gulf of Mexico. Very good condition, 11 x 14.75" **SOLD**
Price: Date: 1879
1879Black

Model # SOU406
Miniature Map of Mississippi *****SOLD***** - Maker: Bradstreet
Antique early printed color miniature map of Mississippi from Bradstreet's Pocket Atlas Of The United States, Published Exclusively for Macullar, Parker & Company, 1880. Shows notable towns and cities, major railways, land, and water features. In good to very good overall antique condition with minor toning and foxing. Measures approximately 3 x 5 inches. **SOLD**
Price: Date: 1880
1880Bradstreet

Model # SOU231
Colton's Mississippi *****SOLD***** - Maker: Colton
Antique hand colored map by Colton, 1887, Mississippi showing townships, cities, towns, rivers, lakes, land forms, and railroads. Fair to good antique condition, light water damage mostly outside border, paper is slightly wavy and toned overall, approx. 15.75 x 13 inches. **SOLD**
Price: Date: 1887
1887Colton

Model # SOU434
Miniature Map of Mississippi ****SOLD**** - Maker: Blomgren Bros. Engravers
Antique printed color miniature map of Mississippi, engraved by the Blomgren Brothers and published in 1888. Includes topographical detail, railroads, names of major towns and cities, etc. Good to Very good overall antique condition with toning throughout, and some minor wrinkling at the edges/minor edge wear. Map measures approximately 4.25" x 3" (H x W) to the neatline. **SOLD**
Price: Date: 1888
1888Blomgren Bros. Engravers

Model # CIV221
**SOLD**Plate 147. General Topographical Map. Sheet XII. Gulf of Mexico- Sections of the coasts of Mississippi, Alabama, and Florida with a small portion of Georgia. *****SOLD***** - Maker: US War Dept.
Full title: **SOLD**Plate 147. General Topographical Map. Sheet XII. Gulf of Mexico- Sections of the coasts of Mississippi, Alabama, and Florida with a small portion of Georgia. *****SOLD***** Antique lithograph by Julius Bien & Co published in the Atlas to Accompany the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies published under the direction of the Hon. Daniel S. Lamont, Secretary of War, 1894. The atlas was published as a companion piece to the Official Records of the American Civil War. It contains maps and other images derived from materials generated by both Union and Confederate military personnel during the American Civil War. The atlas was printed in 35 parts between 1891 and 1895. Printed color indicates topography. This map shows the coast from Pascagoula Bay to Forbe's Purchase and including Mobile Bay, Pensacola Bay, St Andrews Bay, and St George's Sound. Very good condition with image transfer, a few minor spots/stains and a touch of foxing, and some staining and wear to the paper edges. Measures approx. 16 x 27 inches to the outer border lines. **SOLD**
Price: Date: 1894
1894US War Dept.

Model # CIV011
Milliken's Bend, LA, Jackson, Miss. And Siege of Vicksburg, Miss. *****SOLD***** - Maker: Bien
Map of the Country between Milliken's Bend, LA, and Jackson, Miss., routes followed by the Army of Tennessee under the commend of Major General U.S. Grant, April and May 1863, and Map of the Siege of Vicksburg, Miss, Civil War map, Plate XXXVI, good to very good condition, 16 x 27 inches. **SOLD**
Price: Date: 1895
1895Bien

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